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‘Read this. Read the story of Damien Echols and tell me you still support the death penalty. I dare you,’ says the Otago Daily Times, calling Damien Echols' Life After Death: The Shocking True Story of an Innocent Man on Death Row ‘an instant contender for a place on the shelf of classic prison literature.’

For every dollar I spent on the likes of Tolstoy I spent four on coffee beans.

‘Midlist Crisis’: the seeming randomness of literary awards torments some writers, driving them into fits of paranoia.